ABOUT DACONIL 720 SC
Fungicide for the control of Coffee Berry Disease (CBD) in coffee and fungal diseases in cereals and ornamentals. The built-in surfactant in DACONIL makes the active ingredient cover and stick to the leaves and berries for unsurpassed protection, even after heavy rain or watering. The surfactant prolongs the anti-fungal effect of Daconil up to 21 days when used at recommended rates.
Soluble concentrate (SC)
20litres, 200litres & 500ml
Mode of action
DACONIL as a contact fungicide exhibits a multi-site mode of action, attacking the disease pathogen at several biochemical sites.
Rates of application
Apply at 2 ltrs/ha in Vegetables
Apply at 2.2ltrs/ha in Coffee
Coffee Berry Disease (CBD) in coffee and vegetable diseases
Fungal Diseases in wheat
Coffee, Cereals, Ornamentals, potatoes and vegetables
- Does not wash off and sticks and stays where it is needed to control plant diseases.The built-in surfactant makes the active ingredient cover and stick to the leaves and berries for unsurpassed protection, even after heavy rain or watering.
- Stops spread of many fungal diseases and attacks the disease cells from multiple sites.
- The surfactant prolongs the anti-fungal effect of Daconil up to 21 days when used at recommended rates.
- The broad-spectrum contact control with a multi-site mode of action of the fungicide DACONIL minimizes the development of fungicide resistance when used alone, as a tank mix or in alternation programs.
- DACONIL mixes quickly and completely into suspension for up to six hours, which means consistent application from start to finish with less settling out and no clogging of spray nozzles.
- Provides the user with a wide range of control with a contact fungicide- 14 important turf diseases, including algae, dollar spot, leaf spot, melting out, brown patch, anthracnose, rust,and red thread – Over 60 ornamental diseases with proven safety on more than 80 ornamental crops.
- The quality of the formulation and product safety means DACONIL can be applied to more than 90 grass species and varieties at recommended label rates over a wide range of climatic conditions.